After more than 250 league games played this fall by our teams ranging from U9 to U18, our second year playing in Cal North’s fall playing leauge, CCSL, was a success. Cal North, also known as CYSA-N, is a branch of the United States Youth Soccer Association and is home to hundreds of youth soccer clubs in Northern California. Their competitive playing league, CCSL, hosts various competitive levels for league play.
The league offers our teams the opportunity to have a consistent game schedule in the fall against other club opponents throughout Northern California. In a year where we wanted to push our teams from a competitive standpoint, more than one third of our teams were placed in higher flights of competition than last fall and excelled.
Our 2010 Boys were one of the best stories from the fall, as the team went from a last-place finish in 2018 to winning the league in 2019. Our 2009 Girls also had a big jump from last place in 2018 to 2nd in 2019. The 2008 Girls Lunar Red team had an undefeated season, winning their division. The 2007 Boys displayed a lot of improvement, as they finished in third place in a tough “East” division. The 2006 Lunar Girls finished in 4th in the Gold league this fall after a last place finish in Silver in 2018. The 2005 Girls jumped up a division to finish second in the top flight of CCSL, only missing out on the title due to a tiebreaker. The 2004 Girls Lunar team jumped to the top flight as well and finished fourth out of nine tough teams. The 2003 Boys were another highlight as the team jumped from last place in 2018 to 4th place in a higher division this season.
We look forward to our continued partnership with Cal North, as our teams continue to play in the CCSL and their state championship series, including State Cup.
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